Spanish football giants Real Madrid tops the list of 30 highest-earning football clubs of the world in the season of 2014-2015 for the 11th year in a row.
More than half of the highest-earning clubs play in the English Premier League, but Spanish giants Real Madrid and FC Barcelona lead the way, reports Xinhua.
Real Madrid generated 439 million pounds ($621 million) last season from matchday revenue, broadcast rights and commercial sources.
Barcelona ranked second with 427 million pounds ($604 million), followed by Manchester United in the third place at 395.2 million pounds ($ 559 million).
French side Paris Saint-Germain is placed fourth, followed by German champions Bayern Munich and English outfit Manchester City.